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(groaning) bishop! upstairs! tony: you all right? hudson needs an ambulance. i found the wife. don't move. ducky: her body was preserved in formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, phenol-- basically, embalming fluids. stuffed into a vacuum-sealed storage bag. that's why there was no odor. and very little decay. and a cause of death, duck? yeah, a fractured neck. sharp left-to-right twist. same as major newton. who do i notify she had no family
i'll call her father's lawyer. do we know who the imposter really is? rita applegate. she was a waitress at a bar not far from lejeune. that's where they met. a lot in common. she and captain hudson shared similar, um, that his wife didn't. and is willing to testify. says that hudson killed his wife and transferred the body, all along with their personal possessions. after hudson retired, they were gonna dispose of the body, and live off of lauren's money. greed-- the root of much evil. morning, my lord. hey, ducky. those are awfully nice-looking flowers. i take it that you and jake made up. those aren't from jake. they're from mcgee. tony: aw. well, that's kind of sweet. so, you-you guys are good again? bishop: yeah. actually, mcgee saved me. i canceled my trip, got my deposit back,
jake has to go out of town that weekend. a summit somewhere in asia. somewhere? asia's big. yep. need-to-know. couldn't tell me where. we'll take our little trip another time. yeah. so i got this, uh, leave request of yours. you still going to england? no, i think i'll take that trip another time. uh, thank you. um, you know, that heritage stuff isn't all it's cracked up to be. what happened? well... my cousin, crispian, called back. he knows all about archibald drummond. (chuckles) it turns out archie... was quite a character. he was a... he was a scoundrel, and a-a thief, a con man.
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live, from the channel 4 studios in boston, wbz at 11:00 starts right now. >> no return trip to the super bowl for the patriots. tom brady and the team following to the broncos in denver, 20-18, a big let down in the mile high city for patriots fans. >> thanks for joining us, we want to get to steve burton who is live in denver. >> reporter: guys, thank you very much, this was a heartbreaker all the way around,
tom brady, just could not find the rhythm. denver defense teed up on them all night. i tell you one thing, it was not meant to be. the patriots come up two points short. they tried to come back, but that was not the case. down 7-0 in the first, jackson runs it in. that brings the pats win 1. a missed extra point, gostkowski had hit many straight. wide right. little did we know that miss would go a long, long way. pats down 20-12. 17 seconds left. brady find gronkowski. so they have to go for 2. brady looking for he edelman. it gets tipped and picked. they lose it 20-18. tom brady and the patriots, no super bowl return.
joining me is dan roche, who was inside the locker room, and i imagine the players are up for the kicker. >> they was banged up. they gave everything they had, they felt bad for their kicker. steven gostkowski was distraught after this one,. >> steven does a lot for this team, and i'm proud he's part of that organization. i love playing with him, and he shouldn't put the heat on him. it's a team game, you win as a team, you lose as a team. it's not one individual's fault. >> else's a great player, he's the best. everyone missed at some appointment. there's plenty of football left. we knew what the situation was. >> reporter: and tom brady has plenty of football left. but it was amazing how he kept looking at the score board, and that extra point just sat there,
>> and brady was still able to bring them down by the end zone, but they just come that short. brady took a lot of hits. >> reporter: he did, 20, 23, four sacks, knocked down 20 of 23 times, it was a rough night for everyone, and patriots didn't make enough plays, and give denver credit, they did. >> so peyton manning is moving on to super bowl 50, taking on the panthers, two weeks from tonight. back to you. >> thank you very much. and there is hometown heartache. we got reaction at the cbs -- >> this is the one of the tougher ones. >> just one little mistake is it what it comes down to. >> my husband and i reserved plane tickets. >> patriots fans who made the trip to denver are disappointed,
live from denver, where she is right in the middle of a lot of denver fans. the patriots fans are out numbered to begin with, so leaving the stadium was torture, a sea of cheering orange, and patriot nation was speechless. >> reporter: a loss too tough to face. >> how are you feel? >> bummed. >> reporter: the crushed patriot nation gets the wind knocked out of them on the file play of the game, leaving denver with their hearts broken, but heads held high. >> it was a good game, close. >> i had to see them play. so that was important. >> re almost did it. >> reporter: almost, but not quite. a missed opportunity they won't soon forget. >> we're going to talk about that missed extra point in new england for a lifetime. >> reporter: but falling short
team is perfect, even if we wished they were. >> we'll be back here next year. >> we'll be back! whoo! >> reporter: patriots fans stayed to the very end, they did not leave early, and they say they are ready for next year. just going to need a little time. sound of snow plows in southeastern new england. the cape picked up a substance amount of snow, and strong surf along the coast, the storm kicked up in many communities, but just caused minor flood. >> there were big differences depending where you lived. on the cape and islands, that's where we had the jock
-- jackpot snowfall, but areas like west ford didn't pick up any snow. cut off was very is sharp, but we got more than expected on the cape and islands, that band shifted farther to the north, and there for, our totals ramped up here. we established 15.3 i thinks of snow in -- i i inches in falmouth. but, we will continue to see some snow melt in the next few days, temperatures in the 30s and 20s, and if we can get some clouds out of here later tonight, then we might see some lows in the single digits. coming up, when we will see a warm up, and maybe some 40s in your 7-day. >> thank you. as that driving snow fell in boston, a plow hit and killed a man walking in the street. the driver did stop but police are trying to piece together
katy brace has the story. >> reporter: the police tape is no longer up, but davis will never forget what he saw. >> i didn't want to see it, i stood there. >> reporter: he came up to move his car out. dorchester snow. earlier, a dump truck with a plow attached to the front ran a man over. >> the first thought was i hope he's okay, but you know, he's kind of under a big truck. >> reporter: the truck was going eastbound down dorchester avenue around 11:15. came to a stop at the crosswalk. the detectives spent hours talking to the driver and witnesses. they are still looking into the circumstances surrounding the accident. >> that's why this light is here. >> reporter: davis's stepdaughter was injured years ago just feet away on the same street. he wishes the man was as fortunate. >> i feel bad for the man's family. that's no way for a person to leave this earth. you know? why the like that. >> reporter: now that the man's family will never forget today.
family knows before releasing his name. reporting in dorchester, katy brace, wbz news. over 15 inches, and paul burton shows us how people were coping a day after the storm. >> reporter: sunday was a day of clean up in falmouth, one of the hardest hit areas, blizzard of 2016 packed a punch, leaving hyped 16 inches of snow. >> it's a great deal of snow, definitely. >> extremely heavy. it's weighing down limbs of trees, it's very difficult on the back. >> reporter: plows, snow blowers, and shovelers were out in full force trucks dumping large piles of snow. >> we got up early this morning, and now we're just clearing up some of this snow, we got about 15, 16 inches. we have the work cut out for us. >> just enjoying the snow. so, we're anticipating did, we
>> this is the jackpot area. >> sure. from what i've heard, we got more than anybody else. >> falmouth looked like a winter wonderland. >> it's better than last year. but it's still like 9.5 inches, so -- >> that's a lot. >> it's dense in places. >> reporter: even the wild turkeys had to adjust, some residents took time out to go out and enjoy it. >> the weather has cleared up and it's beautiful. >> where are you going today? >> i'm going on the bike path and cross country skiing. >> you love this? >> i'm excited about it. >> the storm hit the mid-atlantic area with blizzard conditions along the coast, and the nation's capitol is still digging out. schools are closed there tomorrow, and there will just be limited metro service. new york city came so close to setting a record for snow in a single storm, over 30 inches fell, making it the second
the driving ban in the city has been lifted. and flights were canceled up and down the east coast tonight. a look from inside philadelphia's airport. you can see how many stranded passengers there are. more than 8500 flights were canceled today, and yesterday. logan had to cancel about 15% of its flights leaving. snow on the cape made it hard for firefighters to fight this fire. the fire was called in after 11:00. the home is a summer residents, and wasn't occupied, but the building is a total loss. tonight, police hope this surveillance video will help them find a person responsible for break-ins. this is from romero's pizza. cash. about a half dozen businesses were robbed from late friday night to saturday morning. alaska. >> the extent of the damage, and
southern ahas can after an earthquake, the 7.1 mag -- magnitude hit at about 1:30. the quake knocked items off store shelves, and caused a gas leak that led to fires, but no injuries. to campaign 2016, and tonight, a big endorsement for hillary clinton from the boston globe. this is the iowa caucuses that are a week from tomorrow. new hampshire holds the primary over a week after that. jim smith is live in the satellite center with all the developing stories on this. jim? >> reporter: the boston globe says new hampshire democrats should not hesitate to support hillary clinton, but despite that, police clinton is facing a big challenge from bernie sanders. and campaign stop in iowa, clinton appeals for support in a state where polls now show her trailing bernie sanders. >> it is that time when everybody's looking to make up
do on caucus night. and i know that you understand the stakes are so high in this election. >> reporter: mrs. clinton did get some good news, an endorsement from the boston globe for the new hampshire primary. it citing her record on gun control, in contrast to bernie sanders, who voted against the brady background check bill. as for sanders, he got some help from young supporters going door to door in iowa. >> he's channeling that anger that people have with current politicians, and i think it really resonates well with younger kids. >> reporter: donald trump was targeting bernie sanders and hillary clinton where polls show him surging. >> i mean here's a guy error's, they say -- he's a socialist, some would say he's a communist. >> reporter: some protestors with a banner saying stop hate were removed this sunday, one
trump asked, he wasn't wearing one of those hats, was he? it wasn't clear if he was wearing the red hat make america proud or a turban. he said he could assistant in the middle of fifth after and shoot somebody and i would not lose voters. trump makes a stop in new hampshire tomorrow night. the first dogs had a blast in the snow. bo and sunny were frolicking, rolling around in the snow. white house put this video on instagram, with the message, it's time to get outside. dc does not see stuff like that very often. and those dogs -- >> they're water dogs. >> the government is still shut down tomorrow. they got it made! >> enjoy the snow day. not much of a snow day for
cape cod the island, they have crazy totals. over a foot of snow in some spots, but it was feast or famine, because some areas didn't have any. record setter with the top three snow storm on record in new york city. local jackpot cape islands, 10-15-inches in most locations. the sharp cut off in northern parts of massachusetts, and northern new england where we had weather watchers reporting absolutely nothing. no joke, west ford, fitchburg, and dover. new bedford, 7, fox foxborough, 4 -- foxborough, 4.4. boston, we've picked up 6.1 of snow. so far, we're at 10.4 with the running tally this. is still bee lot the average for this date,
temperatures are in the 30s, 31 in boston, dew point at 10, whipped from -- wind from the northwest at 9. real feel at 23. the storm is long gone, temperatures have fallen into the 20s. taunton, falmouth, that's where you deem with the snow pack, temperatures there for will be slightly colder than they could be. we have clouds right now and a couple flurries trying to sweet out -- squeeze out, creating clouds in massachusetts. but, if we get some clearing skies, then temperatures could fall into the single digits where we have the snow pack. bus stop forecast, chilly. before school, make sure you have the hats, gloves on, the scarf, etcetera, multiple layers. 33 degrees after school, pretty much right around average. average high is 36. hour by hour forecast, temperatures will stay in the
reaching 33 degrees by 1:00. more sun ahead, and more melting for tomorrow afternoon as highs reach the mid-and upper 30s. hour by hour forecast, 7:00 a.m. monday, starting off here, high pressure in control to the south. and that means we will continue to see a southerly air flow as we get into tuesday. warm front lifts to the north. tuesday afternoon, ahead of a cold front, we have very warm temperatures expected, and the chance for some isolated rain showers, enough to add some extra weight to the snow pack, but not enough to cause any needing concerns at this point. here's that 7-day, 7 on tuesday, 6 on wednesday, and still, very mild going into next weekend. back to you. >> and almost february! >> thank you. up next, we'll head back to denver with more on our heart-breaking loss to the broncos. >> do we have to?
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season ended, this was excruciating. >> it was just too short. >> reporter: they almost did pull it off. they almost did. this was not the way the script was to go. they were planning on moving to super bowl 50, but it's the broncos, who end up winning the afc championship game by a score of 20-18. two points short, the patriots come up. here is how it unfold. down 7-0 in the first. this brings the pats within 1. 7-6. now just an extra point for gostkowski, who has hit 523 straight, the snap, and it's wide right. little did we know that first quarter miss would go a long, long way. brady and the owe against could
get in rhythm. looked like the pats were getting something going, to gronk, but gronk would leave the field for the rest of the series with muscle cramps. the gronk had some hydration, massage, and returned. that ended in a field goal. 17 seconds left. brady finds gronk in the end zone. so they have to go for 2. brady looking for elenman, it's tipped, picked, game over. patriots lose 20-18. no super bowl return for brady, and the patriots, after a trying off season, a trying regular season as well. it was close. one thing about brady, you're never out of a game. >> reporter: you should have seen it, he was cut up, hit 20-23 times, depending on the official stats, and the rest are
and this one, they were a disappointed football team. >> this team fought pretty hard. just to come up short on two point play, it would have been a fun over time, but we came up one play short. >> reporter: certainly, best way to sum it up. tom brady he won it all last year. it shows you how much we're spoiled, but disappointing for everybody involved. and especially the pats. >> and the panthers stomped the cardinals, but that game was a blow-out all the way around. so super bowl 50 looks like this. it will be the broncos and panthers, in super bowl 50, two weeks from tonight. kickoff at 630 at wbz. panthers have opened up as a 3.5 point favorite over the broncos. celtics, they win big against the sixers in philly, 112-92.